Lives of the fellows

Kenneth Derek Crow

b.12 December 1921 d.1984?
MB BS Lond(1943) MRCS LRCP(1943) MRCP(1945) FRCP(1969)

Kenneth Derek Crow was a consultant dermatologist in Swindon and Cirencester. He was born in London, the son of Roland Dockery Crow, a businessman and company chairman, and May Crow née Rumsey, the daughter of a builder. He was educated at Felsted School and then studied medicine at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School. He qualified in 1943 with the Cheadle gold medal.

He was a house physician at the British Postgraduate Medical School in 1943. In 1954 he was chief assistant in the skin department at St Thomas’ Hospital. He also held posts at St Mary’s and Great Ormond Street hospitals. He was subsequently appointed to his consultant post at the Swindon and Cirencester group of hospitals.

Outside medicine he enjoyed fly fishing, shooting and yachting.

In 1945 he married Barbara Faith Goddard, the daughter of a businessman. They had two daughters.

RCP editor

(Volume XII, page web)

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